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Babington, Brute, to be bishop of Derry, 448.

, Dr., 487.

, — Braith [Brute], 490.

, Edwin, 230.

Bagenall, Arthur, undertaker in Armagh, 180. See Bagnal and Bagnall.

Baggot, Edmund, of co. Limerick, 324.

Bagnal, Arthur, 509.

Bagnall, George, surrender and re-grant to, of castle of Ballimone and Kilmage, 443.

, Sir Nicholas, inheritor of Newry and Mourne, xi.

, —, seven towns in Orealan, formerly belonging to the Abbey of Newry, granted to Sir Nicholas Bagnal, in 4 Edw. VI., 559.

, —, lands of, in the county of Armagh excepted, when the rest of the county was vested in the Crown by statute 11th of Elizabeth, 553.

, —, son of Sir Samuel, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

Baker, Capt., 367, 547.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

Bakers and brewers in Dublin all bake and brew for themselves, 482.

— —, also in Cork and Waterford, ib.

Ball, Robert, of Dublin, alderman, 325.

— Thomas, suit of, with William Cheshale, 259.

, —, 348.

Balinaas, Ballinnasse, near island of Claudie, 26.

, troops sent to, to interrupt rebels, 35.

Ballashannon, see Ballyshannon.

Balle Clynloagh, co. Cavan, 469.

Balleassakille, 324.

Ballibegs, Abbey of, co. York, 96.

Balleshannon, see Ballyshannon.

Balliboe or taffe, in Monaghan, 20s. to be paid for each, 178.

, number of, in Armagh, 402.

Ballimore, surrender and re-grant of castle of, 443.

Ballimonescreagh, church of, 448.

Ballinacarge, castle of, in Cavan, 56.

, —, land to be reserved to, ib.

Ballinacky, 380.

Ballinasse, see Balinaas.

Ballinderrie, 136.

Ballirickarde, rectory of, 448.

Ballisax, lease of, to Robt. Naagle, 216. See Ballysax.

Ballishannon, see Ballyshannon.

Balletrokell, town and lands of, 456.

Ballonelope, wood of, 38.

Ballybaughil, co. Dublin, tithes of, granted to Earl of Ormond, 506.

Ballybeg, abbey of, grant of, 202.

Ballyboggan, grant of abbey of, to Sir F. Rush, 523.

Ballycommon, 121.

Ballycowmoyle, 375.

Ballycrokill, town and lands of, petition regarding, 180.

Ballydavid, in Waterford, lands of, 282.

Ballydowd, co. Dublin, 325.

Ballygrannan, 494.

Ballyhack, co. Dublin, 325.

Ballyhenden, castle of, burned, 582.

Ballyhostie, castle and lands of, 584.

Ballymaclesham, 494.

Ballymackeady, 476.

Ballymartin, co. Cork, 324.

Ballynacargy castle, constable of, Archie Moore, 508.

Ballynefehie, castle and lands of, 584.

Ballynemore, alias Baronscourt, (co. Wexford), 122.

Ballyntubered, lands of, 185.

Ballysallagh, 494.

Ballysax, 103, 216.

Ballyshannon, government of, xxiv.

, a government of Ulster, xxiii.

— castle, fugitive Earls charged with design to seize it, lxii.

, troops for defence of, 27.

, Sir H. Folliott's men at, 33.

, Allen goes to, 39.

, a ward to be reserved at, 58.

, repair of the King's boats at, 77.

, repairing of the King's boats at, 227.

— to be surprised by Neal Garve, 308.

, 346, 363, 366.

— in hands of Sir H. Folliot, 363.

, would have built at Belleek but Sir Arthur Chichester forbade, ib.

— the reason, ib.

— castle, town, and fishing, and 1,000 acres contiguous excepted out of the re-grant to Rory, first Earl of Tyrconnell, on his surrender, 1 James I., 569, 570.

— demised to Sir Henry Folliott for 24 years, provided he shall so long live, 573.

, governor of, Sir Henry Folliott, 507.

Ballysonan, surrender and re-grant of; 162.

Ballywine, castle and lands of, 584.

Baltimore, quarters at, 42.

, plantation at, good work in, 43.

, 99, 100, 101.

, larger and more civilly and religiously ordered than any town in Munster, 100.

, though only so lately began, ib.

, through means of Mr. Crooke, of Baltimore, ib.

, ill-will to him thereby, ib.

, hence accusations of piracy, ib.

Ban river, 89, 92, 194, 199, 207, 209.

, the, camp at, 15.

, fishing rights of, to be declared, 61.

, fishing of salmon and eels in, reserved to Londonderry for 20 years, 136.

, fishing of, given to Londoners as far as Lough Neagh, 361.

, the much admired by the London agents, 281.

, below the Leape, 286.

, the fishing of, Sir Humphrey Winch takes some exceptions to Wakeman's patent for, 389.

, fishing of the, repurchased by the King, 476.

, now to be re-conveyed to His Majesty, ib.

, note of the moneys disbursed by Sir James Hamilton and his partners about the fishing of the Ban and Lough Foyle, ib.

, warrant of the Exchequer to pay Sir James Hamilton 1,000l. for, 477.

, in addition to other moneys before paid to him for his title and interest in the fishings of the Ban and Lough Foyle, ib.

, tithe fish of, O'Neil seeks compensation for, taken from him by the Londoners, 505.

, fishery, Sir J. Davys's notes on, 527.

, fishing of, Salisbury dislikes the grant made of, 352.

, Chichester's account of the Earl of Devonshire's dealing with it, 353.

, ordered him to pass it to Wakeman (his trustee), ib.

, discontent of Earl of Tyrone at, ib.

, passed afterwards to Mr. Hamilton, ib.

, Tyrone got a period of 40 years therein, ib.

, Sir Randal M'Donnell claimed a quarter, ib.

, Tyrone claimed a moiety, ib.

, the fishing of, the moiety granted to John Wakeman is the only thing not vested in the immediate possession of the Crown in the county of Coleraine, 563.

Banagher, grant of a yearly fair at, 527.

Banatyne, Robert, baillie of Edinburgh, 477.

Banckes, Mr., 341.

Bangor, abbey of, 448.

Banister, William, 550.

Bannoven, co. Galway, 325.

Bann, river, see Ban.

Banne, river, see Ban.

Bantry Bay, 101.

Barbary, fleet at the Groyne to transport King of Morocco to, 383.

Barckley, see Barkeley and Barkley.

Barclay, see Barkeley and Berkeley.

Barclie, see Barkeley.

Bards, the Irish, make songs in praise of Captain Tyrrell, 437.

Barkeley, a map maker, employed by the Earl of Devonshire in Ulster, lxxxvii.

, murdered by the inhabitants of Donegal, ib.

, appointed by Lord Devonshire to make a map of north of Ulster, beheaded by the inhabitants, 285.

Barkley, see Berkeley.

, Sir Francis, 98, 99, 351, 366, 388.

, —, in command of Carrigefoyle castle, 388.

, —, present at taking of recognizance of Edmund Fitzgerald, ib.

— —, farmer of lands of Athnes, 577.

, —, grant to, of Asketton castle, 430.

, Sir Maurice, undertaker in Armagh, 180.

, —, of Somerset, a principal undertaker in Onealand or Lifford, with the names and abilities of his consorts, 548.

, Morrice, reversion of constableship of Limerick, grant of to, 433.

Barley (and oats) only corn of Ulster, 144.

Barlowe, Mr., Chichester's chaplain, recommended to be Bishop of Ossory, 390.

Barnesmore, mountain of, xxiii.

, divides the districts of Donegal, xxiv.

, mountain of, 38.

Barnewall, Edward, 90.

, Patrick, ib.

, Peter, ib.

, Robert, ib.

, Patrick, 54.

, Robert, ib.

, Patrick, 381, 382.

, Christopher, 382.

, James (father of Patrick), of Monckton, 577.

, Patrick, wardship of, 577, 578.

, Simon, 328.

Barnstaple, 78, 106.

, pirates to be sent to, 188.

, ship of, wrecked at Kinsale, 232.

, after landing 400 men under Sir Anthony Cooke at Waterford, ib.

Baron, the Chief, 112.

Baronies in the six counties, 403.

Baronmore, 202.

Barons, wars of the, xxx.

Baronscourt, (co. Wexford), alias Ballynemore, 122.

Barrer, John, 360.

Barrett, 473, 480, 486.

, Pierce, of Balleasseskell, co. Mayo, 324.

Barries, the plantations by, 17.

Barrington, Alexander, 185.

Barry, David, 374.

, —, grandson of, wardship of, to be granted to Elinor, Countess of Ormond, Lord Barry's daughter, 425.

, Lord Buttevant, good service of, in the Queen's time, ib.

, —, 374.

, Mr., bill for use of, 19.

, Richard, 341.

Barton, John, commissioner for plantations of Londonderry, 136.

, —, 488.

Basinge, Sunday kept solemnly at, 269.

Basilian, Cornelius, 149.

Bassett, Arthur, provost marshal of Munster, 32.

, Captain, 367.

, Captain Arthur, 510.

Bath, John, and others, account of their forfeited goods rendered by Sir Toby Caulfeild, after flight of Tyrone, 538, 544.

, Mr., of Saundestoun, 474.

, Thomas, of Drumconrott, co. Dublin, 325.

, 475.

Baxter, Captain John, Lady Desmond's complaint against, 449.

Baynard, Captain John, 78, 125, 245.

Bayonne, a fleet preparing at, 13.

Beaghan, John, 511.

Bealaghughie, castle of, in co. Cork, 517.

Bealahane and Torry Isle, granted 1° Jas. I., to Sir James Fullerton, 573.

, who sold to Sir Ralph Bingley, ib.

, who sold to Earl of Tyrconnell, ib.

Beart Castle invested by Sir Thomas Ridgeway, xlix.

Beaumont, Sir Thomas, 471.

, Viscount, 472.

Beeston, George, 247.

Begg, John, 341.

Belagh, James, 73.

Belecke, see Belleek.

Belfast, timber woods near, 89.

Bell, Robert, pensioner, 538.

Belleek, near Ballyshannon, 55.

, —, land to be reserved to, ib.

, —, purchased by Sir H. Folliott, 363.

Bellew, Sir Christopher, seized of five towns in the Fews country as parcel of his manor of the Roch, 554.

, —, lately recovered them at law, from Sir Henry M'Turlogh O'Neil, ib.

, Sir John, lands of, in the county of Armagh, excepted when the rest of the county was vested in the Crown by Stat. 11th of Elizabeth, 553.

, the Lady (otherwise Dillon), 110.

, Mr., with his bride, coming over, 282.

Belturbert to be made a ward, 55.

, land to be reserved to, ib.

, 366.

, Stephen Butler, undertaker, to settle at, 489.

Benburbe, a defaced castle on the Blackwater, ix.

, in the barony of Dungannon, 439.

Bengal land system resembled the old Irish, xxvii.

Bennett, Nicholas, 229.

Benson, Hugh, bills to, 19.

Bensons, the, settled in Lecale, xii.

Berkeley, see Barkley.

Berkley, see Barkley.

Best, Mr., letter from, 53.

Bevans, Nicholas, 74, 227.

Beverley, Sir George, pension of, 168.

, —, comptroller of victuals, 301.

Bicknell, Wm., pensioner, 338.

Bilbao, preparations at, for invasion of Ireland, 14.

Billboe, see Bilbao.

Billingsley, Sir Henry, 484.

Bingley, John, bill to, 19.

, Sir John, estimate of cost of troops by, 552.

, Sir Ralph, invests island of Torry, 1.

, Sir Raphe, Scottish soldiers assigned to, 10.

, Sir Ralph, left to watch the rebels at Torry, 27.

, —, number of his men, 33.

, — 97.

, — surrender and re-grant of lands to, in Donegal, 172.

, —, had aliened them to Tyrconnell, ib.

, John, chief remembrancer, 174.

, Sir Ralph (Richard), 363, 367.

— —, sold abbey of Kilmacrenan to Tyrconnell, and lost 600l., 441.

, —, recommended as a servitor for extraordinary grant, ib.

, —, 548.

, —, buys of Sir J. Fullerton the abbey lands of Kilmacreenan, 573.

, —, sells to Earl of Tyrconnell, ib.

, Captain, recommended to Privy Council, 43.

, Captain Richard, 197, 251.

, —, has prepared soldiers for Sweden, 264.

, —, 287, 343.

— —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

, Sir Richard, sues to be mustermaster general, 436.

, —, appointed to organise a body of such swordsmen for the Swedish service, 458.

, —, his articles of agreement with Lords of Council, 459.

, —, solicits a portion of lands as servitor, 461.

, —, 496, 509, 510.

, Sir Robert, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

Birchensha, see Birchenshaw.

Birchenshaw, Sir Ralph, excuses himself to Salisbury, 151.

, —, had not presumption to expect an answer to "such a poor mail as himself," 152.

, —, has returned from journey of 460 miles, 191.

, —, sues to be paid in British money, 303.

, Mr., 367.

Bird, Thomas, 341.

Birkett, John, 511.

Birne, see Byrne.

, Edmund, pensioner, 338.

Birt Castle, monk taken at, apostatizes, 16.

— castle of, 60.

Birte, William, 511.

Biscay, Passage [Pasages] in, a fleet preparing at, 13.

, pagador of, 14.

Bishop, a pirate, arrives in command of pirates in Munster, 273.

, Edward, elected admiral of the pirates, 277.

, the pirate, 480.

, —, Lord Deputy's letter in favour of, 457.

Bishops' propositions in Ulster plantation, 116.

Bishops, lands of, return of, 180.

Bishops, the, have only the rents of the church lands, not the lands themselves, 281.

of Ulster, what they should be bound to in the plantation, in Chichester's opinion, 358, 359.

— —, to bring tenants from England, ib.

— —, to build each a strong house to dwell in in his diocese, ib.

— —, to give glebes of 60 acres or 100 acres to each church, ib.

— —, they should have the Termon lands discharged of the Corbes and Erenagh, ib.

— found to have no title to Erenagh lands, 389.

, their demesne and mensal lands restored, ib.

, their register books discredited by juries, 390.

— to have free grant from the King, of Erenagh and Termon lands, 410.

— may grant leases of 60 years, 358.

, —, afterwards no more than 21 years, ib.

, number of acres allotted to, 417.

— demesnes, 403.

, reported influx of, from Rome, 461.

Bishop of Cork, letter in his defence, 100.

, Mr. Crooke has been continually employed against the pirates, ib.

Biskey, see Biscay.

Bisse, Christopher, second remembrancer of Exchequer, 419.

Bissett, Baron, of the Glens, xiii,

Blackabbey, abbey of, 448.

Blackfoord, castle of, in Queen's County, delivered up by Harpole, 401.

, —, a strong and important place, ib.

Black Rock, in Connaught, 473.

Blackwater, the, in Tyrone, ix.

, bridge and fort of, x.

— fort of, inhabited by three ministers of Tyrone, 279.

, —, defended by Sir Thos. Williams, 280.

, Charlemont on the, 294.

Blain, Sir Edward, 10.

Blainey, see Blayney.

Blaney, see Blayney.

Blantyre, Lord, 483.

Blanye, see Blayney.

Blayney, Sir Edward, commanded in Monaghan, xxiv.

, —, number of his men, 33.

, —, 97, 366.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428, 510, 547.

, —, 507.

, Lord, his residence at Monaghan, 294.

Blennerhassett, John, appointed extra Baron of Exchequer, 257.

, Thos., 548.

Bludder, Sir Thomas, contractor for victualling King's ship, 316.

Blundel, George, surrenders reversion of constableship of Limerick, 433.

Blundell, see Blundeville.

Blundell, Sir Francis, 373.

Blundeville, Francis, 321.

Blunte, Edward, 548.

Boats, the King's, on Lough Sidney, 229.

, captains of, in the north, to be undertakers in Ulster, 366.

, keepers of the King's, list of, 512.

— King's, kept at Loughfoyle, 513.

, —, — Ballyshannon, ib.

, —, — Masseryn, ib.

, —, — Lough Sidney, ib.

Bodley, Sir Josias, lxxxvii.

, —, surveys for the plantation, ib.

, —, 231.

, —, his proceedings in the survey of escheated counties, 293.

, —, 367, 374, 391.

, —, his account of the maps of the escheated lands, 392.

, —, how prepared, 393.

, —, called people in every barony skilled in the names of the balliboes before him, ib.

, —, his plan prevented fraudulent dealing, ib.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

Bogas, Robert, 548.

Boine, Gerrot, 511.

Bolton, Richard, recorder of Dublin, 70.

Bonaghs and Galloglass, commission for, in counties of Carlow and Wexford, 118.

, remission of arrears of, 127.

Bondrows [Bundrowes], 363.

, promised to Sir H. Folliott, on certain conditions, ib.

Bonecrana, see Buncrana.

Bonnoghts, the Minshelas, Macdamors, and MacVadocks have been the bonoghts or hired soldiers of the Cavenaghs, 472.

Bonyton, Captain, detained by storm, 130.

Boothby, Mr., 346.

Booy, Edmund, 511.

Border, Minstrels, Sir Walter Scott's, xcvi.

, cattle-lifting of border counties, ib.

, border land, ib.

Borrowes, Henry, 337, 511.

Bothwell, Earl of, conference of, with Tyrone, 179.

Boughe, a pirate, 522.

Bourchier, Captain, 367, 374, 547.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

, Sir George, 112, 374.

, —, pension given to, as composition for a debt, 438.

, —, pension of, 442.

Bourke, see Burke.

, David M'Ulicke, 87.

, Edmond, son of Thomas, speedy inquisition ordered regarding his legitimacy, 260.

, Edmund, 291.

, John, 542.

, Lady Margaret, 342, 343.

, Lord, inquiry in the cause of, 291.

, Lord Castleconnell, 342.

, Lord, pensioner, 338.

, Rd. Fitzwilliam, of co. Limerick, 324.

, Richard, of Derrymaelaghlin, 342.

, —, late Lord, 291.

, Sir Theobald, lxix.

, —, falsely included in Tyrconnell's treason, by Lord Howth, ib.

, Theobald, Lord Castleconnell, 324.

, —, reputed Lord Bourke, 260.

, Sir Th., of Bally Lough Mask, co. Mayo, 325.

, Thomas, 342.

, Tibbot, governor of a province, 124.

, Sir Tibbot, of Ballincarrowe, co. Mayo, 325.

, Sir Tybbot, having been accused of being of Tyrone's conspiracy, was imprisoned, 86.

, —, but is let out on bonds, ib.

, —, earnestly prays for a trial, ib.

, —, was charged by the Earl of Clanricarde, on the information of David M'Ulick Atemple Bourke, 87.

, —, Chichester does not believe him to be ill-affected, ib.

, Sir Thomas, no party to Tyrconnell's treason, though charged by Lord Howth, lxix.

, —, charged as privy to conspiracy, 2.

, Thomas (brother of the Earl of Clanricarde), complains that the Earl has falsely given out that he intended to murder him and his little son, 86.

, —, this done to disgrace him, ib.

, —, was accused of being of Tyrone's conspiracy for same object, ib.

, —, having been in prison, is out upon bonds, ib.

, —, prays for a trial, ib.

, Walter, of Turlogh, co. Mayo, 325.

Bourks, the, plantations by, 17. See Bourke, Burke.

Bourne, William, grant of constableship of Ardmagh gaol to, 274.

Bowen, Augustine, 373.

, Edmund, 512.

, Mr., 367.

, Oliver, 289.

, Robert, captain, pension for, ib.

, —, claims debt of 700l. out of Tyrconnell, ib.

, Richard, pension of, 168.

, Robert, surrenders provost-marshalship of Leinster and Meath, 185.

, —, 507.

Bowlton, Richard, 233.

Boylagh, precinct of, 404.

— and Banagh baronies, 368.

, who should undertake them ib.

Boyle, Sir Richard, deposition taken before, 24.

, —, report on his woods referred to, 43.

, —, examinations taken by, 49.

, —, 70, 91, 348, 476, 495.

, —, suit of, with Wm. Cheshall, 259.

, —, passes reversion of lands on Sir W. Taaffe's book, 397.

, —, bound for rent of abbey of Galbally, 435.

, —, married to Sir G. Fenton's only daughter, 528.

, —, his iron works near Youghal, 530.

, —, charged with passing patent for so many lands that the parchment rolls are 16 yards long, 552.

Boyletefarnham (Multifarnam), abbey of, 463.

Boyne, Hamilton, Viscount, cv, note.

Brabazon, Sir Edward, 366.

, —, opposes captains becoming undertakers, 407.

, —, recommended by Chichester to Salisbury, 429.

Bradies, the, in Cavan, will expect allotment of a good portion of land, 55.

Brady, of the Cavan, charges the young Prince with seducing the late Lord Essex's daughter, 453.

, Dennis, 511.

, Nicholas, 367.

, Philip M'Tyrrelagh, 115.

, Phillip, 511.

, Walter, ib.

, —, pensioner, 337.

"Brance" (branch) of Sir R. Hansard's letter about the rebels, 37.

Brand, William, 360.

Brasilagh, 89, 364, 366.

, in county of Armagh, well stored with woods, 89.

, Sir Fulk Conway would undertake, 364, 366.

, M'Phelim, undertakes to Shane Manus O'Donnel to kill M'Nagher, who betrayed Phelimy Reagh, 94.

, Phelim, ib.

Braslowe, see Brasilagh.

Brasolach, Tirlough, holds his land from the Earl of Tyrone, x.

Brehon law, lxxiv.

, forbidden in Queen's County plantation between English subjects, ib.

Brenny, the, otherwise O'Reilly's country, 221.

, claimed by Richard Plunkett, of Rathmore, ib.

, as descended from one of the heirs female of Sir Theobald de Verdon, ib.

, of whom it was held, ib.

, Tyrrell had a troop of soldiers out of, 436. See Breny.

Brenon, John, 511.

Breny O'Reilly, otherwise Cavan county, 576.

Brereton, Henry, 185.

, William, 511.

Brerton, Arthur, pensioner, 338.

, William, pensioner, ib.

, see Brereton.

Bresilagh, in Armagh, 62. See Brasilagh.

Brett, Thomas, 74.

Brian, Lieutenant, 368.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

Brice, Richard, 341.

Bristol merchants, report of goods taken from, by Jennings, the pirate, 14.

Bristol, Mayor of, prisoners sent to, 49.

, pirates to be sent to, 188.

, 106, 119.

, Dublin being desolate after the slaughter made of the Easterlings by the English, 210.

, given by King Henry II. to Bristol to inhabit, ib.

, inhabited by the men of Bristol, ib.

, to the eternal commendation of Bristol, ib.

— band barrel proposed as the sole measure to be used in the port towns, 261.

, —, reasons for adopting, 262.

Britaines (Britons) precincts, equality in division of, impossible, 406.

Britons, undertakers, their several proportions in the escheated counties, 339.

Brittany, the middle shires of, xcvi.

Broad, John, commissioner for plantation of Londonderry, 136.

, Mr., one of the London agents skilled in iron working, 290.

, —, his judgment of the iron ore found in Toom, ib. See Brode.

Broadhaven, near Sligo, intended landing at, 14.

Brode, John, lxxxii.

, —, commissioned, with three others, for city of London, to view the country the City had undertaken to plant, ib.

Brodey, John, 488.

Brokesby, Mr. James, xlii.

Broncker, Sir Henry, imposed fines for recusancy, 129. See Brounker.

, —, to be remitted, 131.

Brook, Capt. Basill, 366, 509, 547. See Brooke.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

Brooke, Capt. Basil, is granted the lands of Killadonnel Abbey, in the county of Donegal, 573.

, Sir Calisthenes, certificate from, 134.

, Edward, 367.

, Sir Richard, 548.

Broughton, Arthur, sent into England by Fr. Creswell, 53.

Brouncker, Sir Henry, 128, 203, 215, 226. See Brounker.

Brounker, Sir Henry, fined many for resisting his warrants, 447.

Brower, William, 550.

Browne, John, an honest merchant of London, xli.

, Lieutenant, left on guard to watch the rebels, 36.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

, —, 368.

, Sir Nicholas, his son married to Countess of Desmond's daughter, 450.

, William, of Malrankin, co. Wexford, 324.

, —, 367.

Brownlow, John, 549.

Brussels, Jesuits' college at, a party sent out from, 268.

, 474.

Bruton, Mr., one of Salisbury's secretaries, 278.

Buncrana, Castle of, 60.

, M'Allen returns from, 38.

Burgot, John, 476.

Burke, Sir Bernard, his Peerage and Baronetage cited, cv, note.

, John, brother of Lord Clanrickard, a malcontent, 298.

, Sir Thomas, a malcontent, ib.

, Raimond Scoube, 465.

, Sir Theobald, captures pirates, 141.

, —, 465.

, Sir Thomas, entertainment of, 19.

, Thomas, 465.

Burleigh, Lord, letters of, found in Sir G. Fenton's papers after his death, and returned to Salisbury, 528.

Burne, Daniel, 511.

Burnell, Henry, endorsements of, on deed between Lord Kildare and Sir R. Digby, 141.

, —, fined for making these endorsements, ib.

, Mr., forged endorsement on deed of jointure, 201.

Burrishoole garrison, commander of, Jasper Harbert, 508.

Bushop, a pirate, now upon the coast, 188. See Bishop.

Butler, Beckingham, 549.

, Katherine, lands to be allotted to, 183.

, Stephen, 489, 549.

, Theobald, Viscount, of Tulleophelim, surrender and re-grant of his castles and lands, 582.

, —, Lord Tulloe, takes deposition as to intended Spanish invasion of Ireland, 398.

, Sir Thomas, bill to, 19.

, Thomas, harbinger, 79.

, Viscount, 372.

, —, reports to Salisbury a reputed plot for the overthrow of all the great houses of the realm, 522.

Butlers, the plantation of, 17.

Buttevant, Baron Lord, 374.

Buttler, see Butler.

Byngley, see Bingley.

Byrne, Gerrot, 336.

, Phelim M'Feagh M'Kem, 465.

Byrnes, arrantest knave of the, his reply to Sir H. Sydney, 177.

and Tooles, 69.

Byshope, see Bishop.

Bysse, Christopher, 367.